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    • Cambridge Terrace

    • buildings ;dwellings ;multiple dwellings ;row houses
    • Close view of paired columns, depicting alternating round and square blocks (after the works by Ledoux)
    • Park Crescent

    • buildings ;dwellings ;multiple dwellings ;crescents (row houses)
    • View along the east block from the west, depicting paired Ionic columns
    • Palazzo della Ragione

    • architectural elements ;walls ;exterior walls ;facades ;building divisions ;rooms and spaces ;exterior covered spaces ;loggias ;buildings ;public buildings ;municipal buildings ;city halls
    • Close side view, south elevation
    • Palazzo della Ragione

    • architectural elements ;walls ;exterior walls ;facades ;building divisions ;rooms and spaces ;exterior covered spaces ;loggias ;buildings ;public buildings ;municipal buildings ;city halls
    • View along the north ground floor loggia, with the main stair at right
    • San Giorgio Maggiore [complex]

    • buildings ;religious buildings ;churches ;complexes ;religious communities ;monasteries
    • facade, close view of the right portion, depicting paired half columns
    • The Circus

    • buildings ;dwellings ;multiple dwellings ;crescents (row houses)
    • Frontal view of two typical town homes
    • The Circus

    • buildings ;dwellings ;multiple dwellings ;crescents (row houses)
    • Side view of a typical entry
    • The Circus

    • buildings ;dwellings ;multiple dwellings ;crescents (row houses)
    • Typical windows and paired columns
    • San Paolo fuori le Mura

    • buildings ;religious buildings ;churches
    • View of the arches of the cloister wall, depicting coupled colonnettes of different forms decorated with mosaics
    • SAGRESTIA NUOVA

    • tomb ;sacristy ;chapel ;sculpture
    • New Sacristy, general view from the east, with San Lorenzo at the left
    • SAGRESTIA NUOVA

    • tomb ;sacristy ;chapel ;sculpture
    • Dome and lantern (the lantern is one of the first in the Renaissance to carry a projection of the entablature)
    • SAGRESTIA NUOVA

    • tomb ;sacristy ;chapel ;sculpture
    • South wall, frontal view, where a statue of the Madonna and Child now stand and where the third tomb for Lorenzo de'Medici (the Magnificent) and his brother Giuliano was to be
    • SAGRESTIA NUOVA

    • tomb ;sacristy ;chapel ;sculpture
    • South wall, close side view, looking up, depicting the Madonna and Child (center)
    • SAGRESTIA NUOVA

    • tomb ;sacristy ;chapel ;sculpture
    • Tomb of Lorenzo de'Medici (Duke of Urbino, 1520-1534), side view, from the altar
    • SAGRESTIA NUOVA

    • tomb ;sacristy ;chapel ;sculpture
    • Tomb of Lorenzo de'Medici (Duke of Urbino, 1520-1534), close side view, looking up from the right side
    • SAGRESTIA NUOVA

    • tomb ;sacristy ;chapel ;sculpture
    • Tomb of Lorenzo de'Medici (Duke of Urbino, 1520-1534), frontal view, looking up, depicting the allegorical figures of Dusk (left) and Dawn (right) and Lorenzo above in the central niche
    • SAGRESTIA NUOVA

    • tomb ;sacristy ;chapel ;sculpture
    • Tomb of Giuliano de'Medici (Duke of Nemours, 1520-1534), side view, from the altar
    • SAGRESTIA NUOVA

    • tomb ;sacristy ;chapel ;sculpture
    • Tomb of Giuliano de'Medici (Duke of Nemours, 1520-1534), close side view looking up from the right side

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